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Mortal Engines Review: A visually stunning steampunk sci-fi let down by a mediocre story

While the visual effects are hence nothing short of spectacular, the same can't be said about the characters, the presentation, and the world-building

07 Dec 2018

Creed II Review: A brilliant third act bookends this worthy sequel

The torch effectively passes on from Sylvester Stallone to Michael B Jordan, who is terrific in this sequel that continues the story from Creed and Rocky IV

29 Nov 2018

Ralph Breaks The Internet review: An almost-perfect sequel

Much like its predecessor, Ralph Breaks The Internet works not just as a children's film, but also subtextually for the keen watcher

23 Nov 2018

The Girl in the Spider's Web Review: A sequel that lacks the sincerity and emotional heft of the original

A film that is more interested in being Batman meets James Bond than in creating an iconic new hero in Lisbeth Salander

23 Nov 2018

Green Book Review: Funny, intense, and affecting

An affecting exploration of prejudice, Green Book is a touching, intense and beautiful story of friendship between men that are poles apart

23 Nov 2018

A Private War Review: Stunningly visceral portrayal of war journalism

As Marie Colvin, Rosamund Pike gives a career-defining performance that shows you a woman who was afraid to not just grow old but also die young

23 Nov 2018

Robin Hood Review: A recurring sense of déjà vu grounds this Prince of Thieves

Egerton, who continues to play variations of his cocksure Eggsy from the Kingsman movies, seems to be more at ease as the Lord of Loxley than as Robin Hood 

23 Nov 2018

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Review: A not-so-fantastic expository sequel

The sequel to the 2016 Newt Scamander origins story suffers from a condition best described as "What to do with the middle movies?"

16 Nov 2018

Boy Erased Review: A thought-provoking film about sexual identity and religious hypocrisy

A highly thought-provoking film on sexual identity, religious hypocrisy, and basic ethics, that needs our urgent and undivided attention

16 Nov 2018

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